America and West Indies
September 1656


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'America and West Indies: September 1656', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 1: 1574-1660 (1860), pp. 448. URL: Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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September 1656

Sept. 11.Similar Order. Sir Gilbert Pickering to be added to the Committee for Jamaica. [Ibid., p. 386.]
Sept. 13.Similar Orders. The Committee for America to consider the whole business of the Somers Islands, and report what they conceive fittest to be done for the safety thereof. The Governor and Company of Adventurers not to make any alteration in the places of command without approbation of his Highness and Council; the ship [the Loyalty] now bound thither not to depart without special licence. [Ibid., p. 393.]
Sept. 22.Similar Order. For a pension of 100l. per ann. to be paid to Johanna, relict of Maj.-Gen. Robt. Sedgwick, who died in the service of the Commonwealth, in Jamaica. Lord Strickland and Col. Jones to consider how it may be raised out of delinquent's lands or otherwise. [Ibid., pp. 407–8.]